HOLLYWOOD (CBSMiami) – The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has identified the four people injured when their boat crashed into a jetty near Port Everglades on New Year’s Eve.

According to the FWC, Daniel Towriss was the driver of the 42-foot vessel. His passengers were Lauren Silagy, Jarret Silagy and Cassidy Rudman. All are from Indiana.

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Officials said Towriss was trying to enter the Port Everglades inlet when the boat struck the jetty.

Four people were rescued after a boat slammed into a Port Everglades inlet jetty. (CBS4)

When first responders arrived, Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Kyle Vanbuskirk said they found a woman had been ejected from the boat after the crash.

“She landed on the rocks,” Vanbuskirk said. “She landed about a foot and a half outside the water on the rocks, semi-conscious.”

An FWC report is now revealing that a second person was also ejected as a result of the crash.

However, the report does not state who of the four were sent flying from the boat.

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The FWC said three of the occupants were taken to a local hospital, with one of them suffering from a serious bodily injury.

All are expected to survive, which first responders said is a miracle.

“They were very fortunate,” Vanbuskirk said. “Usually in these types of incidents, we’ve found in the past, specifically at a high rate of speed or any type of sudden stop into a jetty on the water, it adds a lot of complexity to the issue and there’s usually a possibility of a loss of life.”

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The cause of the accident is still not known.